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Sirius Amphibian Humanoids of The Dogon Tribe of West Africa & UFOs, the original title of the ending video segment was "Fedtv 2008 May 10 The Dogon Tribe Africa & Sirius Amphibians"

Includes footage of highly organized UFO's filmed by two sources in Mexico, the most important documentation of last year.
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ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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^ what he said
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ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Quoting: Crowsays 999304

Thanks a whole bunch I appreciate it!

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^ what he said
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(holy mole that's a lot of stickys) bump
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(holy mole that's a lot of stickys) bump
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alien03 HOLY MOLY! THIS TIME FOR AFRICA! SHAKE IT SHAKIRA!
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(holy mole that's a lot of stickys) bump

alien03 HOLY MOLY! THIS TIME FOR AFRICA! SHAKE IT SHAKIRA!
 Quoting: Iddo The Prophet 933093

Africa.
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This skeptical guy seems too cynical for my taste and yet is important to read his opposite view:
[link to www.ufoevidence.org]
However Egyptians did know about Sirius and I guess who wrote that should stop reading Temple and better Laird Scranton's Sacred Symbols of the Dogon. The author explains brilliantly how Dogons were so specific that they didn't learn these things from modern outsiders. He said "if you ask Stephen Hawking (not that idiot Carl Sagan who talked about everything) how many fundamental particles are there, he said 'more than 200' while Dogos said '266' ."
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[link to www.secretoftheankh.com]

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Western astronomers did not discover the star until the middle of the nineteenth century, and it wasn't even photographed until 1970. The Dogons go as far as describing a third star in the Sirius system, called "Emme Ya" that, to date, has not been identified by astronomers. In addition to their knowledge of Sirius B, the Dogon mythology includes Saturn's rings and Jupiter's 4 major moons. They have four calendars, for the Sun, Moon, Sirius, and Venus, and have long known that planets orbit the sun. Did they learn the Sirius calendar because of the white people who discovered Sirius? Unlikely.

The Nommos, according to the Dogon legend, lived on a planet that orbits another star in the Sirius system. They landed on Earth in an "ark" that made a spinning decent to the ground with great noise and wind. Obviously they wouldn’t make that up if they listened that from westerners in the past century for Christ's sake!

According to oral tradition, it was the Nommos that gave the Dogon the knowledge about Sirius B… not white people. They still cut their women’s clits.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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In the 1970¹s a book by Robert Temple titled The Sirius Mystery popularized the traditions of the Dogon concerning Sirius and the Nommos. In The Sirius Mystery, Temple advanced the conclusion that the Dogon¹s knowledge of astronomy and non-visible cosmic phenomenon could only be explained if this knowledge had been imparted upon them by an extraterrestrial race that had visited the Dogon at some point in the past. Temple related this race to the legend of the Nommos and contended that the Nommos were extraterrestrial inhabitants of the Sirius star system who had traveled to earth at some point in the distant past and had imparted knowledge about the Sirius star system as well as our own solar system upon the Dogon tribes.
Walter van Beek, an anthropologist studying the Dogon, found no evidence that they had any historical advanced knowledge of Sirius. Van Beek postulated that Griaule engaged in such leading and forceful questioning of his Dogon sources that new myths were created in the process by confabulation.

Carl Sagan had noted that the first reported association of the Dogon with the knowledge of Sirius as a binary star was in the 1940s, giving the Dogon ample opportunity to gain cosmological knowledge about Sirius and the solar system from more scientifically advanced, terrestrial societies whom they had come in contact with. It has also been pointed out that binary star systems like Sirius are theorized to have a very narrow or non-existent Habitable zone, and thus a high improbability of containing a planet capable of sustaining life (particularly life as dependent on water as the Nommos were reported to be).

Daughter and colleague of Marcel Griaule, Genevieve Calame-Griaule, defended the project, dismissing Van Beek's criticism as misguided speculation rooted in an apparent ignorance of esoteric tradition. Van Beek continues to maintain that Griaule was wrong and cites other anthropologists who also reject his work The assertion that the Dogon knew of another star in the Sirius system, Emme Ya, or "larger than Sirus B but lighter and dim in magnitude" continues to be discussed.

In 1995, gravitational studies indicated the possible existence of a red dwarf star circling around Sirius but further observations have failed to confirm this.
Space journalist and skeptic James Oberg collected claims that have appeared concerning Dogon mythology in his 1982 book and concedes that such assumptions of recent acquisition is "entirely circumstantial" and has no foundation in documented evidence and concludes that it seems likely that the Sirius mystery will remain exactly what its title implies; a mystery.

Earlier, other critics such as the astronomer Peter Pesch and his collaborator Roland Pesch and Ian Ridpath had attributed the supposed "advanced" astronomical knowledge of the Dogon to a mixture of over-interpretation by commentators and cultural contamination.

Now, about the amphibious gods:

[link to www.crystalinks.com]

Amaguime Dolu, a diviner in the village of Bongo, performs a ritual. He derives meaning and makes predictions from grids and symbols in the sand. At dusk, he draws a questions in the sand for the sacred fox to answer. The Dogon people believe the fox has supernatural powers. The Dogon may ask questions such as: "Does the man I love also love me?" or "Should I take the job offer at the mission church?" In the morning, the diviner will read the fox prints on the sand and make interpretations. The fox is sure to come because offerings of millet, milk and peanuts are made to this sacred animal.

Now, I guess that imbecile Carl Sagan never got stone with Ayahuasca or mescaline, blue lily or San Pedro cactus nor did any meditation. Because if he knew first hand he would’ve known you don’t need devices or tools to see what ancients could. Imagine the Foxfur Nebula:
[link to fotolog.terra.com.mx]
Or the microcosmos and even DNA:
[link to fotolog.terra.com]
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these are the people that the gods have communications with not those devils in the vatican or televangelist that call themselves christians. so when these charlatans such as benny hinn or joel olsteen says that God spoke to them or are the true messengers of God dont believe them. God speak through the humble. bump
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Criticism comes about Dogons knowing Sirius. Yet everywhere we read about Egyptians knowledge about that star. Even Wikipedia admits:

In 1985, German astronomers Wolfhard Schlosser and Werner Bergmann published an account of an 8th century Lombardic manuscript, which contains De cursu stellarum ratio by St. Gregory of Tours. The Latin text taught readers how to determine the times of nighttime prayers from positions of the stars, and Sirius is described within as rubeola — "reddish". The authors proposed this was further evidence Sirius B had been a red giant at the time.[52] However, other scholars replied that it was likely St. Gregory had been referring to Arcturus instead.[53][54]

The possibility that stellar evolution of either Sirius A or Sirius B could be responsible for this discrepancy has been rejected by astronomers on the grounds that the timescale of thousands of years is too short and that there is no sign of the nebulosity in the system that would be expected had such a change taken place.[48] An interaction with a third star, to date undiscovered, has also been proposed as a possibility for a red appearance.[55] Alternative explanations are either that the description as red is a poetic metaphor for ill fortune, or that the dramatic scintillations of the star when it was observed rising left the viewer with the impression that it was red. To the naked eye, it often appears to be flashing with red, white and blue hues when near the horizon.[48]

In Chinese astronomy the star is known as the star of the "celestial wolf" (Chinese and Japanese:
Interesting the CHINESE LINK WITH THE WOLF, right and others with the DOG. Chinese romanization: Tiānláng; Japanese romanization: Tenrō;[96] in the Mansion of Jǐng Farther afield, many nations among the indigenous peoples of North America also associated Sirius with canines; the Seri and Tohono O'odham of the southwest note the star as a dog that follows mountain sheep, while the Blackfoot called it "Dog-face". The Cherokee paired Sirius with Antares as a dog-star guardian of either end of the "Path of Souls". The Pawnee of Nebraska had several associations; the Wolf (Skidi) tribe knew it as the "Wolf Star", while other branches knew it as the "Coyote Star". Further north, the Alaskan Inuit of the Bering Strait called it "Moon Dog".[97]

Several cultures also associated the star with a bow and arrows. The Ancient Chinese visualized a large bow and arrow across the southern sky, formed by the constellations of Puppis and Canis Major. In this, the arrow tip is pointed at the wolf Sirius. A similar association is depicted at the Temple of Hathor in Dendera, where the goddess Satet has drawn her arrow at Hathor (Sirius). Known as "Tir", the star was portrayed as the arrow itself in later Persian culture.[98]
Sirius is mentioned in Surah 53, An-Najm ("The Star"), of the Qur'an, where it is given the name al-shi'raa.

Sirius, known in ancient Egypt as Sopdet (Greek: Sothis), is recorded in the earliest astronomical records. During the era of the Middle Kingdom, Egyptians based their calendar on the heliacal rising of Sirius, namely the day it becomes visible just before sunrise after moving far enough away from the glare of the Sun. This occurred just before the annual flooding of the Nile and the summer solstice,[17] after a 70-day absence from the skies.[18] The hieroglyph for Sothis features a star and a triangle. Sothis was identified with the great goddess Isis, who formed a part of a trinity with her husband Osiris and their son Horus, while the 70-day period symbolised the passing of Isis and Osiris through the duat (Egyptian underworld).[18]

The ancient Greeks observed that the appearance of Sirius heralded the hot and dry summer, and feared that it caused plants to wilt, men to weaken, and women to become aroused.[19] Due to its brightness, Sirius would have been noted to twinkle more in the unsettled weather conditions of early summer. To Greek observers, this signified certain emanations which caused its malignant influence. People suffering its effects were said to be astroboletos or "star-struck". It was described as "burning" or "flaming" in literature.[20] The season following the star's appearance came to be known as the Dog Days of summer.[21] The inhabitants of the island of Ceos in the Aegean Sea would offer sacrifices to Sirius and Zeus to bring cooling breezes, and would await the reappearance of the star in summer. If it rose clear, it would portend good fortune; if it was misty or faint then it foretold (or emanated) pestilence. Coins retrieved from the island from the 3rd century BC feature dogs or stars with emanating rays, highlighting Sirius' importance.[20] The Romans celebrated the heliacal setting of Sirius around April 25, sacrificing a dog, along with incense, wine, and a sheep, to the goddess Robigo so that the star's emanations would not cause wheat rust on wheat crops that year.[22]
Ptolemy of Alexandria mapped the stars in Books VII and VIII of his Almagest, in which he used Sirius as the location for the globe's central meridian. He curiously depicted it as one of six red-coloured stars (see the Red controversy section below). The other five are class M and K stars, such as Arcturus and Betelgeuse.[23]

Bright stars were important to the ancient Polynesians for navigation between the many islands and atolls of the Pacific Ocean. Low on the horizon, they acted as stellar compasses to assist mariners in charting courses to particular destinations. They also served as latitude markers; the declination of Sirius matches the latitude of the archipelago of Fiji at 17°S and thus passes directly over the islands each night.[24] Sirius served as the body of a "Great Bird" constellation called Manu, with Canopus as the southern wingtip and Procyon the northern wingtip, which divided the Polynesian night sky into two hemispheres.[25] Just as the appearance of Sirius in the morning sky marked summer in Greece, so it marked the chilly onset of winter for the Maori, whose name Takurua described both the star and the season. Its culmination at the winter solstice was marked by celebration in Hawaii, where it was known as Ka'ulua, "Queen of Heaven". Many other Polynesian names have been recorded, including Tau-ua in the Marquesas Islands, Rehua in New Zealand, and Aa and Hoku-Kauopae in Hawaii.[26]

The most commonly used proper name of this star comes from the Latin Sīrius, from the Ancient Greek (Seirios, "glowing" or "scorcher"),[86] although the Greek word itself may have been imported from elsewhere before the Archaic period,[87] one authority suggesting a link with the Egyptian god Osiris.[88] The name's earliest recorded use dates from the 7th century BC in Hesiod's poetic work Works and Days.[87] Sirius has over 50 other designations and names attached to it.[57] In Arabic it is known as ash-shira; the leader,[89] from which the alternate name Aschere derives. In Sanskrit it is known as Mrgavyadha "deer hunter", or Lubdhaka "hunter". As Mrgavyadha, the star represents Rudra (Shiva).[90][91] In Scandinavia, the star has been known as Lokabrenna ("burning done by Loki", or "Loki's torch"),[92] while the Japanese vernacular name of the star is(Aoboshi, "blue star").[citation needed] In the astrology of the Middle Ages, Sirius was a Behenian fixed star,[93] associated with beryl and juniper. Its astrological symbol was listed by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa.[94]

Many cultures have historically attached special significance to Sirius, particularly in relation to dogs. Indeed, it is often colloquially called the "Dog Star" as the brightest star of Canis Major, the "Great Dog" constellation.

This name may derive from the Egyptian god Anubis. The Gaza Sphinx, which Robert Temple in his book "The Sphinx Mystery" has documented is actually a dog and not a lion, had originally the head of Anubis. Anubis was a dog and not a jackal as there were no jackals in Egypt at that time. The Sphinx is facing Sirius at the time when the star rises over the horizon at sunrise at the summer solstice, the time when the Nile started flooding, and the Egyptians probably held great ceremonies when that happened.[citation needed]

It was classically depicted as Orion's dog. The Ancient Greeks thought that Sirius' emanations could affect dogs adversely, making them behave abnormally in the heat of summer ("Dog Days"—the Romans knew these days as dies caniculares and the star as Canicula, "little dog"). Their excessive panting was thought to place them at risk of desiccation and disease. In extreme cases, a foaming dog may have rabies, which could infect and kill humans who'd been bitten.[20] Homer, in the Iliad, describes the approach of Achilles toward Troy in those very terms:
Sirius rises late in the dark, liquid sky
On summer nights, star of stars,
Orion's Dog they call it, brightest
Of all, but an evil portent, bringing heat
And fevers to suffering humanity.[
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Robert Temple has a theory what did the sphinx look like in the past:
[link to fotolog.terra.com.mx]
[link to fotolog.terra.com.mx]
We know the head we see now is too small compared with its body and all other sphinxes in Egypt. Geologist Robert Schoch believes it was a woman with long jaw like the ones in Congo; Egyptologist Anthony West believes it belonged to a lion or perhaps half lion-half man (I'm incline to think that because the link with Mars' Face). The sphinx used to have a beard as we see in the museum:
[link to fotolog.terra.com.mx]
And though the body is certainly of the lion and not a dog's body. The paws are the ones of a feline. The tail could've been lion or even bull's in the past.
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Paintings from the past and drawing indicate the sphinx had negro features:
[link to www.riddleofthesphinx.com]
The nose was not destroyed by Napoleon soldiers as many have said.
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The sphinx's head in fact LACKS THE UPPER SKULL:
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Maybe the patriarch system of Amon hated the previous matriarch system. You have to remember men were portrayed with WOMEN'S WIGS meaning highly honored in previous times.
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Robert Temple has a theory what did the sphinx look like in the past:
[link to fotolog.terra.com.mx]
[link to fotolog.terra.com.mx]
We know the head we see now is too small compared with its body and all other sphinxes in Egypt. Geologist Robert Schoch believes it was a woman with long jaw like the ones in Congo; Egyptologist Anthony West believes it belonged to a lion or perhaps half lion-half man (I'm incline to think that because the link with Mars' Face). The sphinx used to have a beard as we see in the museum:
[link to fotolog.terra.com.mx]
And though the body is certainly of the lion and not a dog's body. The paws are the ones of a feline. The tail could've been lion or even bull's in the past.
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yep its pretty much a woman.

sphinx... [link to finlayongovernance.com]


lady ifrica... [link to jahkno.com]
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Where's the video? Where can I find it?
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Yeah these anphibs are not bad fo a bunch of blue ppl...
Very polite...
Teeth a bit scary though...
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The Akan, other Africans and the Sirius Star System

The story of the Akan as well as the Dogon, Dagara, Zulu and other African cultures is important to our understanding of human origins. These cultures have preserved in their
traditions and oral histories what Europeans and the West are only now beginning to understand. They reflect a reality so wide, so deep and so different from western cultural
understanding that most ‘educated people’ simply dismiss the stories as primitive myth.
Not so. The truth is that these cultures have preserved in story, dance, singing, drumming, celebrations and initiatory practices the ancient, more accurate story of our human origins, which can be traced through the evolution of language and culture. The tale they paint reaches deep into the past, well beyond current notions, to reveal an amazing story that spans the scope of our entire galaxy and the Sirius star system in particular.


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